# Exercise on Addition of Similar Fractions

1.) $\dfrac {1}{5} + \dfrac {2}{5}$

2.) $\dfrac {3}{8} + \dfrac {1}{8}$

3.) $\dfrac {1}{7} + \dfrac {2}{7} + \dfrac {3}{7}$

4.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {1}{6}$

5.) $\dfrac {5}{12} + \dfrac {11}{12}$

6.) $\dfrac {7}{3} + \dfrac {2}{3}$

7.) $\dfrac {2}{15} + \dfrac {5}{15}$

8.) $\dfrac {2}{9} + \dfrac {3}{9} + \dfrac {1}{9}$

9.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {3}{6}$

10.) $4 \dfrac {1}{4} + 2 \dfrac {3}{4}$

1.) $\dfrac {1}{5} + \dfrac {2}{5}$ $= \dfrac {3}{5}$

2.) $\dfrac {3}{8} + \dfrac {1}{8}$ $= \dfrac {4}{8} = \dfrac {1}{2}$

3.) $\dfrac {1}{7} + \dfrac {2}{7} + \dfrac {3}{7}$ $= \dfrac {6}{7}$

4.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {1}{6}$ $= \dfrac {6}{6} = 1$

5.) $\dfrac {5}{12} + \dfrac {11}{12}$ $= \dfrac {16}{12} = 1 \dfrac {4}{12} = 1 \dfrac {1}{4}$

6.) $\dfrac {7}{3} + \dfrac {2}{3}$ $= \dfrac {9}{3} = 3$

7.) $\dfrac {2}{15} + \dfrac {5}{15}$ $= \dfrac {7}{15}$

8.) $\dfrac {2}{9} + \dfrac {3}{9} + \dfrac {1}{9}$ $= \dfrac {6}{9} = \dfrac {2}{3}$

9.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {3}{6}$ $= \dfrac {8}{6} = 2 \dfrac {2}{6} = 2 \dfrac {1}{3}$

10.) $4 \dfrac {1}{4} + 2 \dfrac {3}{4}$ $= 6 \dfrac {3}{4}$